The Early Years Training Directory Autumn and Spring Terms 2017/18 (including Paediatric First aid courses) is available to download.
Safer Recruitment Training for Schools and Early Years Providers Summer Term
Paediatric First Aid Courses for Summer Term
Yesterday West Midlands Police opened their doors to new volunteer police officers.
Coventry’s second annual Skills Summit took place last week at the Ricoh Arena, seeing over 40 organisations attend to discuss developing Coventry’s skills set for the future workforce.
If you are aged between 11 and 18 we want to hear your thoughts about your city, whether that’s good or bad.
A hackney taxi driver has had his licence revoked with immediate effect for failing to properly secure a disabled passenger in his cab on two separate occasions.
We are currently having problems with phone lines at our Customer Service Centre.
Join us this St George’s Day as Broadgate in the city centre hosts a FREE celebration of the Patron Saint of England with music, dancing, and animated walkabouts from St George and the dragon!
Lego fans are in for a treat as Lego Labs sessions are coming to Central Library.
Coventry’s UK City of Culture team has added another date to its round of public meetings due to popular demand.
A group of Norwegian health professionals and policy makers visited Coventry this week as part of a two day visit to the UK.
A pupil from Caludon Castle School in Wyken, Coventry gave the performance of her life at London’s spectacular Royal Albert Hall on 26 March.
British Cycling and HSBC UK have announced that they will be returning to Coventry in August following the success of last year’s free, family cycling event.
Wasps’ history old and recent has been celebrated at an official civic ceremony in Coventry city centre.
The Lord Mayor’s Committee for Peace and Reconciliation is searching for a new logo and would like the public to get involved.
A teenage motocross competitor from Coventry is looking to get off to a flying start in a major girls tournament when she travels to Scotland this month – and has had a little help from her employer.
Pupils from 30 primary schools have been learning about all things Japanese as part of an event marking the countdown to Tokyo 2020.
Working parents of 3 and 4 year olds could reduce their childcare costs with up to 30 hours free childcare thanks to a government scheme.
Expectant parents are invited to two free celebratory events at Central and Aldermoor Libraries.
New powers are being successfully used in parts of Coventry to address anti-social behaviour (ASB) based around properties in some areas of the city.
Don’t miss this musical feast featuring former stars from Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera, The Producers and other hit West End musicals, performing in concert.
A new integrated healthy lifestyles service which encourages and empowers adults to take control of and improve their health and wellbeing is coming to Coventry.
We would like to remind you that there are places available for the following health and safety training courses that are due to take place in the near future:-
On Thursday 3 May, residents in Coventry will have their chance to go to the polls to vote on who represents them at a local level.
Coventry won’t have seen ‘anything like this before’ when it stages UK City of Culture in 2021, a meeting has heard.
18 people were sworn in as Freemen of the City today by Coventry’s Lord Mayor, Councillor Tony Skipper, at a special ceremony.
Bishop and Lord Mayor of Coventry will unveil charity’s new premises.
Police and Trading Standards in Coventry are urging people to help protect elderly relatives and neighbours against fraudsters after thieves posing as roofers conned a frail pensioner out of £2,000.
The Pod and its arts collective, Collective//Pod, present new textile work by UK based artist, Anthony Stevens at the CCCA, Fargo Village.